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İbrahim KOÇ
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The project involves two different communities – Yoruks and Aborigines – which have two different social structures and cultures. The film highlights the similarities between two distinct cultural codes and aims to point out the recent development of their cultural reality, created by the cultural assimilations of the two cultures over time.

Yörük Aborigine - Documentary Film, 2016

The project involves two different communities – Yoruks and Aborigines – which have two different social structures and cultures. The film highlights the similarities between two distinct cultural codes and aims to point out the recent development of their cultural reality, created by the cultural assimilations of the two cultures over time.

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Mixed Media Chair, Video, Sound - Poem
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Close Up, Video Installation, Melbourne 2016

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From My Universe, 2010 - 2016
The Photography series...

From My Universe

From My Universe, 2010 - 2016 The Photography series...

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Memory, 2016

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Supported by the Ministry of Culture in Turkey, Yoruk Aborigine is a co-production of Turkey-Australia and it is an international feature-length film project. The project involves two different communities – Yoruks and Aborigines – which have two different social structures and cultures. The film highlights the similarities between two distinct cultural codes and aims to point out the recent development of their cultural reality, created by the cultural assimilations of the two cultures over time.

2015-2016

Yörük Aborigine - Film Project

Supported by the Ministry of Culture in Turkey, Yoruk Aborigine is a co-production of Turkey-Australia and it is an international feature-length film project. The project involves two different communities – Yoruks and Aborigines – which have two different social structures and cultures. The film highlights the similarities between two distinct cultural codes and aims to point out the recent development of their cultural reality, created by the cultural assimilations of the two cultures over time.

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Ibrahim Koç’s current installation project “I Have No Idea” follows the above mentioned discussions, as it exposes space as fundamental matter of the whole work. Here, work refers to a synthesis of being an artistic project, an installation and an exhibition. It is all at ones. The project’s space is more than a location of production or display but the main object of interest itself. It does not function as frame or platform, but becomes the formal and conceptual reason for the total project.

13th Oct.-30th Nov. 2015

I Have No Idea

Ibrahim Koç’s current installation project “I Have No Idea” follows the above mentioned discussions, as it exposes space as fundamental matter of the whole work. Here, work refers to a synthesis of being an artistic project, an installation and an exhibition. It is all at ones. The project’s space is more than a location of production or display but the main object of interest itself. It does not function as frame or platform, but becomes the formal and conceptual reason for the total project.

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Istanbul, Berlin, Melbourne , 2009 - 2012

Adam and Eve

Istanbul, Berlin, Melbourne , 2009 - 2012

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Art Beat, Istanbul, 2011

2011

Purple Rhino

Art Beat, Istanbul, 2011

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